So, I'm reading Rich Dad Poor Dad and some other books of his, the 1 minute millionaire, Deepak Chopra....they all have one thing (or more) in common to say. ...if you want money, you have to *first* give some money away. like for instance, tithing, and how important tithing is. and how you have to give it away with a generous heart , (or it won't necessarily come back to you , ten-fold, or whatever) ....
my questions on this are multiple : is this 10 % or whatever you give away on top of the 20 % or whatever you are supposed to pay yourself off the top of your income? is this idea distinctly seperate from "you have to spend money to make money", are you supposed to give it away, strategically, or is just the next soul who walks buy good enough? (i mean, what are the guidelines?) how about if you make $5.00 a day for example? will the $.50 given away count and matter? why is that? does it AWAYS have to be that you give money away FIRST? does tithing have guidlines as it is most commonly practiced by the rich? when they say it will come back to you, do they mean in this lifetime? anybody outhtere with real-life , first-hand scenarios of it working or not working?
you get the idea, I think.